MATLAB (matrix laboratory), created in the late 1970s by Cleve Moler at the University of New Mexico and later developed by MathWorks, is a numerical computing system and programming language that facilitates matrix operations, graphing, algorithm execution, user interface development, integration with other programming languages, symbolic computing, graphical multi-domain simulation, and model-based design for dynamic and embedded systems.
An introductory course in MATLAB will cover the following skills and topics:
- introduction to MATLAB
- numeric, cell, and structure arrays
- functions and files
- decision-making programs
- advanced plotting
- model building and regression
- linear algebraic equations
- probability, statistics, and interpolation
- numerical methods for calculus and differential equations
- animation and sound in MATLAB
- formatted output in MATLAB
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